If that is the case, check the STOP LP fuse in the underhood fuse box for being open. If it is good, check that power is at the fuse with a test light. If there is power there, you would need to go next to the stoplamp switch on the brake pedal assembly. There should be a total of three wires, an orange at pin A, and two whites at pin B. The orange is power from the fuse, check that there is power there. On the white wires, one goes to the turn signal switch, and the other goes to CHMSL(high mount) fuses and light. When you press on the pedal, the white wires should go hot. Theoretically, if the high mount is not working, I would suspect this switch to be bad, but that does not explain the hazard lights not operating. If you can verify the STOP LPS fuse, and power at and through the switch, You may have a turn signal switch that is faulty.
Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 AT 6:47 PM